10 best cream of chicken soup dip recipes


Ginseng chicken soup (in Korean, Samgyetang) is a hot, steaming, delicious dish that features a small chicken stuffed with rice, ginseng, garlic, và jujube. You have to commit khổng lồ eating a whole chicken all by yourself when you sit down for a bowl of samgyetang! But it’s totally worth it.

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Koreans traditionally eat this dish during the hottest days of summer as a way lớn keep up their energy and to balance their body heat with the weather outside. We have a saying: Yi yeol đưa ra yeol (以熱治熱: 이열치열), which means “fight fire with fire.” If it’s hot outside, you have to lớn overcome it with hot soup!

A while ago I ran into one of my readers in a restaurant here in New York. He was sitting at a table with his friend. The first thing he said was: “Oh man, dienmayducminh.com.vn!! I can’t believe I ran into you here!” We talked for a while and I asked him what his favorite recipe of mine was. He answered “Samgyetang” & told me how he often made it for himself và his mother. I was very impressed!

Koreans designate the 3 hottest days of a year as sambok (3 bok: 삼복) and their dates vary from year to lớn year but they usually fall in July and August. First is chobok (beginning), & then 10 days later is jungbok (middle), và 20 days after that is malbok (last).

During this time, well-known samgyetang restaurants will be lined up outside, và inside they are full of diners eating hot, steamy, ginseng-infused soup, with sweat trickling down their foreheads as they fight fire with fire! Housewives make samgyetang for all her family, too. I usually prepare samgyetang and cold watermelon. After finishing hot samgyetang, finish with cold watermelon. The contrast makes your body feel shocking cold.

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So if you like to follow Korean tradition, you can join them in 2015 on July 13 (chobok), July 23 (jungbok), và August 12 (malbok). Let me know how it turns out!

Ingredients2 cornish hens. Each hen weighs about 1½ pounds, a nice portion for 1 person.16 garlic cloves, washed and the tips are removed2 khổng lồ 3 green onions, choppedground đen pepper


For the sesame dipping sauce:

a pinch of ground black pepper

For sweet sour soy dipping sauce:

2 tablespoons trắng vinegar1 teaspoon honey (or sugar)½ a medium size onion, cut into chunks1 Jalapeno (or green chili pepper), choppedDirections

Make the dipping sauces:

Cook the chicken:

Strain the rice.Remove the giblets from the hens and rub them with salt all over to lớn clean them nicely. Rinse under cold running water.Put the hens on the cutting board, pat dry, và remove any extra fat around the body toàn thân cavities with kitchen scissors. Cut off the tips of wings if you want.Stuff each hen with rice, 1 ginseng, 1 jujube, và 8 garlic cloves. Put any leftover rice in the pot.Turn down the heat khổng lồ medium và cook another 40 minutes until the chicken, ginseng, and rice turn soft. Open up the pot from time to time and ladle some broth from the bottom over top of the chickens. If the broth evaporates too much, địa chỉ cửa hàng more water.


Place each hen into 2 individual bowls and địa chỉ the chicken và broth. Sprinkle with chopped green onion & ground black pepper. Serve with kimchi, the 2 kinds of dipping sauce, và a small bowl of salt on the side for seasoning.


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